Super Late Model Rules

2017 Super Late Model Rules

 

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RULEBOOK DISCLAIMER:      The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing

events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. By participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules as interpreted by each speedway for their event(s).   NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED

WARRANTY OR SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES AND/OR REGULATIONS. The rules are intended as a guideline for

the conduct and technical measurements of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against any degree of injury to a participant, spectator or official. The track officials shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviations from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in their opinion do not alter the minimum  acceptable  requirements.    NO  EXPRESSED  OR  IMPLIED  WARRANTY  OF  SAFETY  SHALL  RESULT  FROM  SUCH  ALTERATION  OF  SPECIFICATIONS.     Any interpretation or deviation of these rules is at the discretion of the officials. Their decision is final.

All cars must have wrecker hookup. All cars should have 5 pound minimum fire extinguisher in reach of driver. All drivers should wear flame retardant fire suit, shoes and gloves. Window nets are highly recommended for all cars. No radios, communication equipment or mirrors permitted, including pit boards. No computer controlled equipment.

Weight Category Summary

Car must meet all specific rules for the weight category plus all general car rules. Rules cannot be mixed between weight categories.

2,275 – Unlimited motor with 8” spoiler (rules 1-24 & 25-28)

2,225 – Spec motors with 12” spoiler and (rules 1-24 & 29-32)

2,175 – GM CT525 motor with 14” spoiler x 12” high and 4” spillboard (rules 1-24 & 33-36)

ALL CARS

Rules 1-23 apply to ALL CARS!

  1. MOTOR

All Cars—V8 motors only. Motor must be based on factory design and naturally aspirated. 1 spark plug and 2 valves per cylinder. No fuel injection, turbo chargers or blowers. Cars with steel heads and GM 604 motors must compete in Semi-Late Model Sportsman when that class is scheduled! GM 602 motors are not legal in Super Late Model! 

  1. CARBURETOR

All Cars—One 2 or 4 barrel carburetor permitted.

3.   FUEL

All Cars—Gasoline or alcohol allowed. E-85—OK. No nitrous oxide, nitro-methane or propylene oxide. No electric fuel pumps or pressurized fuel systems. Mechanical or belt-driven fuel pumps only. Fuel lines should not pass through driver’s compartment.

4.   STARTER AND BATTERY

All Cars—Must be self starting. Failure to start during a race will result in disqualification. Battery should be located in a safe area and covered with a metal fireproof box. Battery should not be in driver compartment. Battery disconnect kill switch to shut down motor highly recommended mounted in reach of driver and should be clearly labeled for safety crew.

5.   EXHAUST

All Cars—Headers permitted. Exhaust pipes may NOT point towards ground. Mufflers may be required at certain tracks as specified on the tour website. Mufflers are HIGHLY recommended for all cars. Exhaust system should be mounted in such a way as to direct gases away from the cockpit of the vehicle.

6.   REAR AXLE

All Cars—Any rear end permitted.  Quick change—OK

7.   TRANSMISSION AND DRIVE SHAFT

All Cars—Any transmission permitted. Standard transmission must have operational clutch. No in and out boxes. Transmission should be bolted to the motor and must have working reverse gear. Only one drive shaft permitted. All drive shafts should be painted white and should be surrounded by two 3” steel safety loops or sling mounted to frame.

8.   TRACTION CONTROL

All Cars—All traction control devices using wheel sensors are NOT permitted. Adjustable ping control devices, dial a chip controls, timing controls or automated throttle controls are NOT allowed in the cockpit or any other location accessible by driver. Any remote control components or data acquisition equipment are NOT permitted.

9.   TIRES

ALL CARS-11″ maximum tire tread width. 16 3/4″ maximum cross section. Tire hoop must pass freely over tire. 93″ maximum circumference. Tires must have all manufacturer’s stamps intact. 32 minimum tire hardness after race, verified by durometer. Only American Racer 44, Hoosier 15/1300 or harder compounds permitted-no softer compounds allowed on all wheels except inside front tire may be open compound. Hoosier D21, D55, FT200, FT400 and FT600-0K. American Racer Crate 44, 48 and 56-0K.

The track durometer is the official measuring device. 11″ maximum circumference grooving-no tolerance. No buffing or taping over tire size markings

10.   WHEELS

All Cars—14” maximum steel, aluminum, carbon fiber or plastic wheels only. Wheels must be held on by bolt-type lug nuts, no knock-off type mounting permitted.  90” maximum outside width at wheels with wheels pointed straight.

11.   SUSPENSION

All Cars—No straight front axles. Any type steel or aluminum shocks allowed.  Coilovers—OK.  Suspension must be mechanical—no computer or electronic components. No titanium suspension or chassis components. Shocks must be steel or aluminum. No through-rod, crossover/tandem or inerter shocks. No shocks that can be adjusted electronically through cell phone apps or other remote controls.

12.   BRAKES

All cars must have 4 wheel braking system. No titanium or carbon fiber rotors permitted.

13.  SPOILERS

Spoiler and spillboard dimensions may be adjusted for competition or vary due to track size.

All Cars—Spoiler and braces must meet all specifications listed on diagram.  Maximum 3 solid side   spoilers

permitted. Rear spoiler must be mounted at rear of deck. Outer side spoilers must be mounted at outside edge of deck.  Bottom of  12” side spoilers may overhang 12” past rear of deck. Bottom of 8” side spoilers may overhang 2” past rear of deck. Side spoiler must taper down evenly from maximum to minimum height and may be rounded or triangular in shape. Side spoilers must be mounted at rear of quarterpanels. 2 additional 1” open aluminum braces permitted. Spoiler should be clear lexan or aluminum. No driver-adjustable spoilers. No other spoilers or wings unless specified.

14.   SIDEBOARDS

All Cars—At events designated as Outlaw Super Late Models, cars will have the option of the utilizing 1 sail panel. When permitted, sail panel may be 16” high and may extend from vertical roll cage post behind driver to 8” past rear or deck for 8” spoiler cars and 12” past rear of deck for 12” spoiler cars. Sail panel must be constructed from clear lexan or similar material and may have up to 3 open diagonal metal braces with 1” width.  Sail panel may be mounted on either side of car, but must be mounted within 1” of outside edge of deck.

15.   BODY

All Cars—Body must meet all specifications listed on diagram. Super late model type, full bodied cars only. All body panels must be solid—no holes, gaps, slots etc. Body line must be a flowing line from front to rear. 38” maximum front fender and door height. 48” maximum rear quarterpanel length measured from center of rear wheel. Ground clearance should be 3” minimum. Wheel clearance should be  2” minimum.  No ridges, fins or raised edges on body except roof bead rolls.  40” maximum deck height at rear at all points  regardless of tilted angle of body, WITH NO TOLERANCE!

Fenders must be level from side to side. Quarterpanels must be same length and cannot extend higher than rear deck. Rear deck must be level 20” forward from rear of quarterpanel and must extend between quarterpanels. Rear deck may not extend past quarterpanel and top to bottom of quaterpanel must extend to rear of deck. Quarterpanels and doors may not dish inward. Skirting may not extend behind quarterpanel. Left rear quarterpanel must extend downward from deck minimum 33” with plastic skirt at all points. Right rear quarterpanel must extend down from deck minimum of 31” with plastic skirt or 27” without plastic skirt at all points.

76” maximum body width at top deck. 82” maximum body width at bottom of doors measured at the center of the car. 86” maximum width at rear of quarterpanels from bottom to 19” from ground. All body width variations must taper evenly on both sides.

All fenders, doors and quarterpanels should roll inward ½” to 1” at top, with sides over upper body. No sharp or jagged edges, fasteners, etc. No wings or tunnels permitted under body or chassis. Unapproved bodies may be assessed a 50 pound weight  penalty.

16.   ROOF

All Cars—Approved roof and roof supports should match nosepiece. Minimum 44” long x 48” wide, maximum 54” long x 52” wide. 45” minimum height from ground, 48” maximum. Roof must be mounted near center of car, parallel to deck and level. Roofline and side panel window contours should be stock appearing and match nosepiece. Roofline MUST be rounded—no flat, wedge, bellied or  hollow roofs.

Rear roof and front roof supports mandatory. Rear roof supports may extend 43” from rear of driver’s side window. Rear roof  supports must taper downward evenly from outside edges of roof with a 2” maximum outward bow both to the sides and rear. 17” maximum at top of rear roof support. 10” high x 15” long minimum rear support window is optional and recommended for  appearance. Rear support window may be filled with clear lexan. 2” minimum front roof post width, 4” maximum. Front roof post bracing may extend 7” vertical and horizontal. Front roof posts must extend forward to the rear of hood. ½” maximum bead rolls permitted on roof running from front to rear in direction, 4 maximum including edge bead rolls.

Door window opening height should be 12” minimum measured from deck to roof. 1.5” maximum roll down permitted along front and rear edge of roof. Roof may not turn upward. 4” maximum hinged sun shield permitted in front of driver. 25 pound penalty for unapproved roofs.

17.   NOSEPIECE, FENDER FLARES AND HOOD

All Cars—Approved stock appearing molded nosepiece required and should match roof and roof supports. Nosepiece must be made of flexible material. 15” minimum nosepiece height measured from bottom of nosepiece to where sheet metal is attached, following the angle of the nosepiece. Nose must be mounted level. Two-piece nose cannot be widened.  53” maximum nosepiece extension measured  from center of front hub with wheels turned straight. 3” minimum ground clearance. Nosepiece may not be modified or cut. Unapproved nosepieces will be assessed a 50 to 125 pound penalty. Tech inspector may require that any unapproved nosepiece must be changed.

38” maximum front fender height from ground. Plastic front fender flares permitted, but cannot alter original shape of nosepiece and must have collapsible support (no steel supports). Fender flares may extend 1” outside front wheels when pointed straight. 90” maximum fender flare width. Front fender flares may extend maximum 3” above the top of fender and 4” above the sloped nosepiece panel.

Hood must be level from side to side. Scoop may be maximum of 1” above air cleaner. No raised edges on scoop

18.   FUEL CELL

All Cars—35 gallon maximum, racing-approved fuel cell should be securely mounted inside a 20 gauge steel or .060” aluminum metal box and secured to frame with a minimum of two 2” x 1/8” thick steel straps around entire fuel cell. Minimum 7/16” bolts should be used to mount the fuel cell. The fuel pick up should be on the top or right side of the fuel cell, be constructed of steel and should have a check valve in case of roll over. Fuel cell should be mounted in square tubing frame. Fuel cell should be mounted behind the rear axle and between the rear tires, at least 4” in front of the rear bumper. 9” minimum fuel cell ground clearance. No part of the fuel cell may be lower than the rear end housing. Car number must be displayed on fuel cell, 6” minimum height.

19.   FRAME

All Cars—Late model, full tubing frame cars only. 103” minimum wheelbase, 108” maximum. All frames should be constructed of 2”x 2” square steel tubing or 1 ¾” outside diameter round steel tubing,

with .083”minimum material thickness. All round tubing frame cars should use 4130 chrome molly steel or DOM in  frame construction. No holes may be cut in frame.  All other chassis tubing should 1 ¾” at outside diameter and have a minimum thickness of .083”.

Car should have horizontal safety bar constructed from same steel tubing as frame, mounted behind fuel cell and securely welded to frame. Rear bumper should be at least 4” behind fuel cell.  Center of rear bumper and safety bar should be at rear deck center  height, approximately 19” from the ground and should be at least as wide as frame. Tubing should also extend downward to form a horizontal bar at the bottom height of the fuel cell, with additional vertical and diagonal tubing bracing the lower tubing to the rear bumper and the safety bar. Lower tubing should be at least as wide as fuel cell.  No part of the fuel cell should be below the  protective tubing. Any rear bumper that extends more than 8” from rear of frame should be rounded and directed toward the front of car. Bumper should not have any sharp edges. No external rub  rails.

20.   ROLL CAGE

All Cars—4-post, box-type roll cage should be constructed of 1 ½” minimum outside diameter and .095 minimum material thickness steel tubing. Roll cage should have at least 3 horizontal bars at driver’s side door and 2 horizontal bars at passenger side door, extended outward into door panels with 2 vertical bars between each horizontal bar as additional support. An extra vertical side brace bar is recommended on the left side in line with steering wheel. Door bars should be 1 ½” in diameter with a minimum thickness of .065. Both door window areas should remain open and unblocked by roll cage bars for easy exit. Roll cage should extend forward on driver’s side to protect foot area completely. Roll cage should be welded to frame in at least 6 places (in addition to diagonal bracing) and welded together at all intersecting points. Diagonal bars should brace roll cage at rear, and should run from frame to top of roll cage.

Top of roll cage should be at least 2” above top of driver’s helmet. All areas of the cockpit should have at least 11” to 12” of  clearance below the roll cage and roof. All roll cage bars within reach of driver should be covered with non-flammable foam padding certified to SFI spec 45.1. Other than padding, roll cage must remain exposed above top of door with no aerodynamic effects. Right- side padded headrest or head net recommended attached to roll cage. Bars or wire mesh in windshield and driver’s side quick- release window net certified to SFI spec 27.1 are highly recommended.

21.   FIREWALLS AND INTERIOR

All Cars—A full metal firewall constructed from 18 guage steel or 1-1/8” thick aluminum should be joined to seal off driver compartment at front, rear, sides and floorboard.  Full metal floorboard.  Top of interior may be maximum of 4” below top of doors.  The start of the  dropped interior should remain closed as part of the firewall. The interior must taper up gradually to be even with the rear  quaterpanel and level for 20” from rear of deck and quaterpanel. Interior must be mounted flush with outside body panels. Interior clearance should be 11” to 12” minimum below roll cage at all points for easy exit. Onboard fire suppression system recommended.

22.   SEAT AND SAFETY BELT

All Cars—Full containment, metal racing-approved seat with padded headrest should be securely attached to frame. 3”, 5, 6 or 7-point, quick release racing belt with double harness certified to SFI spec 16.1. 7-point system is highly recommended. Seat and belts should be mounted to the chassis with grade 5 or better hardware. Mounts should run in the same direction to secure the belt. Belt should not come in contact with sharp edges. Safety belts should be replaced if 2 years old, and all worn or damaged safety belts should be replaced. Quick-release, racing-type steering should be used.

23.   FIRE SUIT AND HELMET

All Cars—Drivers should have flame retardant firesuit certified to SFI spec 3.2A/5 and racing approved full-face helmet with face sheild certified to Snell SA2000, SA2005 or SA2010 standard or SFI spec 31.1A, 31.1/2005 or 31.1/2010. Gloves certified to SFI spec 3.5/5 highly recommended. Nomex shoes, socks, and hood highly recommended. Head and neck restraint system certified to SFI spec 38.1 and arm restraints are highly recommended.

24.   WEIGHT

Weight limits may be adjusted during the season for competition. Weight limits may vary by track or co-sanction. Verify weight limits with track! All Cars—Weight limit includes driver after the race. No tolerance. All weights should be solid material, entirely painted white or a bright color and marked with car number.  Each weight should be 50 pound maximum.     Weights should be bolted to frame with two ½” Grade 5

bolts on two weight clamps or secured with steel plate. No weights should be attached to rear bumper or in driver’s area. Weights should not be lead pellets or liquid. Each weight should be bolted to the frame individually and should not be stacked on another weight. Track may add or deduct 50 pounds from any weight category.

Unlimited 2,275

Rules 1-24 and 25-28 apply to Unlimited 2,275 weight cars!

 

  1. MOTOR (all rule 1 specifications apply)

Unlimited 2,275 weight—Aluminum block and heads—OK. Unlimited motor displacement. 6” maximum setback measured from the center of the ball joint to the center of the left front spark plug OR 25 ½ maximum setback measured from the center of the ball joint to the front of the motor plate.

  1. DISTRIBUTOR

Unlimited 2,275 weight—No coil packs. Motor must use single distributor. Magnetos permitted.

  1. SPOILERS (all rule 13 specifications apply)

Unlimited 2,275 weight—8” rear spoiler height measured from the top of rear deck and 8” maximum spoiler length measured at angle of  spoiler. 72” maximum spoiler width. 8” maxiumum side spoiler height from rear of side spoiler to 6” forward or rear of side spoiler. 4.5” maximum height at front of side spoiler. 18” maximum total side spoiler length. Spoiler must be mounted at rear of deck and cannot be suspended to create a wing effect.

  1. WEIGHT (all rule 24 specifications apply)

2,275 pound minimum weight for Unlimited aluminum block cars.

2017 Super Late Model

Spec 2,225

Rules 1-24 and 29-32 apply to Spec 2,225 weight cars!

 

  1. MOTOR (all rule 1 specifications apply)

ALL Spec 2,225 weight—No titanium crankshafts or connecting rods.  Titanium valves and retainers—OK.  No intake modifications except   for

¾” port matching. 60 cc minimum head combustion chambers for all heads.  No modifications to heads except intake opening may  be ground or polished maximum ¾” or into the port no farther than the closest letter of the SUPR/PPMS logo. Intake port polishing allowed maximum 1 ½” below the bottom of the original seat ring on the back side of the bowl area and maximum 1” on the short side. Polishing allowed ONLY in the combustion chamber area to avoid hot spot chafing and in the exhaust ports as long as SUPR/PPMS logo is not affected. Valve angle may not be modified. Intake opening may not be larger than original opening. Nintake or exhaust port relocation, raising, reshaping or size modification of any kind! 6” maximum setback measured from the center  of the ball joint to the center of the left front spark plug OR 25 ½ maximum setback measured from the center of the ball joint to the front of the motor plate.

Spec motor cars must meet ALL motor specifications above plus EITHER the A or B motor specifications!

A Spec Motor—Must use all of these specified parts:   Brodix #8B1150ASUPR aluminum block, Brodix #KC11SPXSUPR heads, Brodix

#HV1000 intake, Scat #85102 Scat 3.500 stroke lightweight 44 pound crankshaft, Scat #CR6000A 6.000” H-beam rods with ARP 2000 bolts, H-series #1B663H rod bearings, H-series #5M909H main bearings, Mahle #PF4030250 1.250 flattop pistons with metric ring groove, #PS34030FS piston rings 1.5, 1.5, 3.0 mm plasma moly file fit, #PB1012SS harmonic balancer SFI 6.25, Billet #8981T timing set with Torrington, #491 heavy duty timing cover, #325 cam button, ES #RL953 oil pressure fed lifter, Billet #41 timing pointer, C-Line #11909-3 (3 suction dry sump pan with inspection hole), T & D #TDSB16/154/6 Rocker (1.6 intake, 1.5 Exhaust), Stewart

#32203 water pump (3/4 Shaft). Any push rods, cam shaft valve covers, valve cover gaskets and head gaskets permitted.

B Spec Motor—362 ci limit. 3.480 or 3.500 stroke. Flat top or inverted pistons only. Cast iron block only with one of the following head/intake combinations:

Brodix #11SPXPMS or #SUPR aluminum heads and Brodix #HV1000 intake. . Brodix #T1FSTDX-PMS or #SUPR heads and Edlebrock Victor Jr #2980 intake. Brodix #B1BA-PMS or #SUPR heads and Edlebrock Victor Jr #2915 intake.

  1. DISTRIBUTOR

Spec 2,225 weight—No coil packs. Motor must use single distributor. Magnetos  permitted.

  1. SPOILERS (all rule 13 specifications apply)

Spec 2,225 weight—12” rear spoiler height measured from the top of rear deck and 12” maximum spoiler length measured at angle of spoiler. 72” maximum spoiler width. 12” maxiumum side spoiler height from rear of side spoiler to 10” forward or rear of side spoiler. 4.5” maximum height at front of side spoiler. 24” maximum total side spoiler length.  Spoiler must be mounted at rear of deck and cannot be suspended to create a wing effect.

Spec motor cars are NOT permitted a spillboard.

  1. WEIGHT (all rule 24 specifications apply)

2,225 pound minimum weight for Spec cars.

GM CT-525 2,175      Rules 1-24 and 33-36 apply to GM CT-525 2,175 weight cars!

  1. MOTOR (all rule 1 specifications apply)

GM CT525 2,175 weight—GM CT525 crate motor part #19171821. Motor must meet all specifications in the GM spec document for that motor. GM CT525 motor must be purchased from an authorized dealer and MUST remain sealed at all times. GM factory encrypted bolts cannot be altered, removed or changed. Absolutely no modification of any internal engine partBreather system and valve cover  MAY be modified. All other motor parts included with the motor as shipped from GM must remain OEM and may NOT be modified including intake manifold, heads, valve covers, valve springs, front cover, oil pan, push rods, harmonic balancers, rocker arms or any other parts on or in the engine. No machine work permitted. GM part number may not be removed from any part and serial number must be clearly visable. Any motor modification will result in one year suspension and loss of all points and winnings. Any GM bolts that have been copied are considered trademark infringement and will be reported to the manufacturer for legal proceedings. By  using a GM crate motor in competition, the race team acknowledges all responsibility for the legality of the motor upon inspection at any event regardless of any previous motor verification. All motor parts must be same parts listed in GM book part #88958668. Wet sump only. 10” maximum setback measured from the center of the ball joint to the center of the left front spark plug OR 21 ½ maximum setback measured from the center of the ball joint to the front of the motor plate. No vacuum pumps.

GM CT525 crate motors MUST have original GM factory sealing bolts. GM CT525 crate motors may not be protested GM CT525 motors but may be claimed for the amount listed in the procedure rules as it came in the crate, not including any bolt-on items.  Refusal to accept claim will result in disqualification, fine and suspension. A car must compete in the feature to have its motor  claimed. Claims must be submitted in writing within 15 minutes of completion of feature. GM CT525 motors without original GM  factory sealing bolts may compete in the unlimited motor category.

GM 604 CT400 part #19318604 or #88958604 motors will NOT be permitted in Super Late Model at events that have the separate Semi-Late Model Sportsman class or Pro-Late (crate) class! GM 602 CT350 crate motor part #1958602 or #88958602 is NOT legal  for Super Late Model at any UFo eventl! If track accepts GM 604 crate motor at any event, the car MUST run a 12 to 14” spoiler length with 12” maximum spoiler height. Side spoiler should be as high as spoiler. Nose spillboard is optional. All GM CT525 motor setback, rear spoiler, side spoiler, spillboard and weight limits apply for these motors. GM 604 motors must meet all specifications in the GM spec document. Wet sump only.  Verify status of GM 604 motor with track.  Original factory sealed GM 604 motors may not  be protested but may be claimed for the amount listed in the procedure rules, following the same procedures GM CT525 motor   claims. Rebuilt GM 604 motors may be protested following track protest procedures. 

34.   DISTRIBUTOR

GM CT525 2,175 weight—Coil packs permitted.  MSD LSX ignition controller—OK.

  1. SPOILERS (all rule 13 specifications apply)

GM CT525 2,175 weight—12” rear spoiler height measured from the top of rear deck and 14” maximum spoiler length measured at angle of spoiler. 76” maximum spoiler width. 14” maxiumum side spoiler height from rear of side spoiler to 14” forward of rear of side spoiler. 6” maximum height at front of side spoiler. 28” maximum total side spoiler length. GM CT525 motor cars permitted 1 maximum 4” high x 36” long spillboard mounted on the nose. Spillboards may have 1” ridge running at 90 degree angle on top. Spillboards measured at mounted angle. No other ridges are allowed on the nose.

  1. WEIGHT (all rule 24 specifications apply) 2,175 pound minimum weight for GM CT-525 cars.

2017 Super Late Model Body Spects

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1 sail panel optional ONLY at events specified as Outlaw Super Late Models All other standard Super Late Model body specs apply.Sail panel may be mounted on either side of car, but must be mounted within 1” of outside edge of deck.Unlimited specifications apply for Steel Block motor cars.

37. MOTOR
All Cars—V8 motors only. Motor must be based on factory design and naturally aspirated. 1 spark plug and 2 valves per cylinder. No fuel injection, turbo chargers or blowers. Cars with steel heads and GM 604 motors must compete in Semi-Late Model Sportsman when that class is scheduled! GM 602 motors are not legal in Super Late Model!

38. CARBURETOR
All Cars—One 2 or 4 barrel carburetor permitted.

39. FUEL
All Cars—Gasoline or alcohol allowed. E-85—OK. No nitrous oxide, nitro-methane or propylene oxide. No electric fuel pumps or pressurized fuel systems. Mechanical or belt-driven fuel pumps only. Fuel lines should not pass through driver’s compartment.

40. STARTER AND BATTERY
All Cars—Must be self starting. Failure to start during a race will result in disqualification. Battery should be located in a safe area and covered with a metal fireproof box. Battery should not be in driver compartment. Battery disconnect kill switch to shut down motor highly recommended mounted in reach of driver and should be clearly labeled for safety crew.

41. EXHAUST
All Cars—Headers permitted. Exhaust pipes may NOT point towards ground. Mufflers may be required at certain tracks as specified on the tour website. Mufflers are HIGHLY recommended for all cars. Exhaust system should be mounted in such a way as to direct gases away from the cockpit of the vehicle.

42. REAR AXLE
All Cars—Any rear end permitted. Quick change—OK

43. TRANSMISSION AND DRIVE SHAFT
All Cars—Any transmission permitted. Standard transmission must have operational clutch. No in and out boxes. Transmission should be bolted to the motor and must have working reverse gear. Only one drive shaft permitted. All drive shafts should be painted white and should be surrounded by two 3” steel safety loops or sling mounted to frame.

44. TRACTION CONTROL
All Cars—All traction control devices using wheel sensors are NOT permitted. Adjustable ping control devices, dial a chip controls, timing controls or automated throttle controls are NOT allowed in the cockpit or any other location accessible by driver. Any remote control components or data acquisition equipment are NOT permitted.

45. TIRES

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